Tenacious D Master Exploder.
I went from listening to You Move To This Phenomenon to Tribute to trying a few other Tenacious D songs. This was the first one I tried and I liked it immediately. I'm adding it. I'm on the 3rd play now. I'm definitely going to get more plays out of it though. The video is also quite humorous.
I have to be more careful. The pain is terrible in certain positions. I can barely move. I like a little old hunched up lady. Getting up and sitting down is terrible.
Anyone want to buy a poor person a chair? Or buy me anything? I'm poor my wages never change. You buying me something anything will add to my overall total. Perhaps you could just donate cash and let me spend it on what ever. That could be cool. No ones ever donated before. But saying that after nearly 8 years I am actually about to be paid out in Google Adsense. The payout limit is $130 NZ dollars. I'm hoping to buy a 2TB External HDD as my internal 1.5TB is nearly full. It should take me about 1-3 more months to make the last $1.25. Hopefully I can get a 2TB without spending the money on something else.
Another thing but I recently got a new monitor. It's the same size (22") and Resolution (1680x1050) as my old one but it has a faster refresh rate. I've also managed in my wheelings and dealings to pay for a new 24" full HD (1920x1080). It's going to take about a month to arrive though. I will have dual monitors a 22" and 24". At the moment i'm using a 22" and 19".
I recently just ticked over 1 million gold across all my characters in World of Warcraft. Mostly trading in pets from server to server.
I thought I would get this post in before midnight and the end of the month but I didn't quite make it. I got distracted, so now it's going on the first of the month. September. Only 11 days till 9/11 anniversary.
Another thing. I recently had an uncle die as well. Uncle Peter. I knew him from the ages of about 5-17 or so. His kidneys had failed a while ago and he was on dialysis. I didn't see much of him in later life but it's still sad to hear of his passing. I don't see much of the cousins these days. I do have one memory of him selling me some shoes as a kid. He lived and owned a shoe shop in Carterton for a while. I'm pretty sure I have the right uncle.